List Of Tables And Figures

Portfolio, Program, and Project Management Table 1 -1. Comparative Overview of Project, Program, and Portfolio Figure 2-1. Typical Cost and Staffing Levels Across the Project Life Figure 2-2. Impact of Variable Based on Project Figure 2-3. Example of a Single-Phase Figure 2-4. Example of a Three-Phase Figure 2-5. Example of a Project with Overlapping Figure 2-6. The Relationship Between Stakeholders and the Table 2-1. Organizational Influences on Figure 2-7. Functional Figure 2-8....

Figure Sample Work Breakdown Structure Organized by Phase

Strategic Planning Management

Sample Work Breakdown with Major Deliverables Figure 5-10. Sample Work Breakdown with Major Deliverables Decomposition of the upper level WBS components requires subdividing the work for each of the deliverables or subprojects into its fundamental components, where the WBS components represent verifiable products, services, or results. The WBS can be structured as an outline, an organizational chart, a fishbone diagram, or other method. Verifying the correctness of the...

Common Project Management Process Interactions

Deliverable Management Process

The project management processes are presented as discrete elements with well-defined interfaces. However, in practice they overlap and interact in ways that are not completely detailed here. Most experienced project management practitioners recognize there is more than one way to manage a project. The required Process Groups and their constituent processes are guides for applying appropriate project management knowledge and skills during the project. The application of the project management...

Direct and Manage Project Execution Tools and Techniques Expert Judgment

Expert judgment is used to assess the inputs needed to direct and manage execution of the project management plan. Such judgment and expertise is applied to all technical and management details during this process. This expertise is provided by the project manager and the project management team using specialized knowledge or training. Additional expertise is available from many sources, including Other units within the organization, Stakeholders, including customers or sponsors, and...